Seeing that the subject of the Archangels should be treated fairly with their own essay, I now expand this series with a fourth essay devoted to them.
Ferdinand Fetters Families received permission from Rev. Bishop Dwenger of Fort Wayne, Indiana to build a new church near the center of the settlement where the present church now stands in It was located across from the school house.
Two acres of land were obtained. One acre was donated by the Shoudel family and one acre was paid for by the fourteen founding families. Father August Young from Garrett was appointed pastor and he immediately began celebrating Mass in the homes of the parishioners.
In April while the church was still under constructionJohn Shoudel fell ill and died. John Shoudel donated an acre of land for a cemetery. It was purchased from her son, Michael. John Shoudel was buried near the center of the cemetery.
A wooden fence was built to keep grazing cattle off the grave.
Additions to the cemetery were given in and by Lena Shoudel. The road followed the high ground behind the church where the cemetery was built. A rectory was built in It included a barn because the pastor had a horse, buggy, and a cow. The school teachers also used the barn for their horses.
The church was enlarged in Although the date is not known, St. Francis Xavier parish in Waterloo was dissolved. The church building was moved to St.
Michael's and used as a parish hall while Father Juraschek was pastor. The hall was destroyed by fire in The Second Church Bythe parish had seventy registered families and had outgrown the first church. The old church was moved across the road in and made ready to hold services until a new church could be completed.
The men of the parish dug the basement of the new church with horse and scrappers and poured the basement walls. The dirt from the basement was used for fill to increase the higher ground around the church.
Construction of the new church continued in after winter passed. The bricks for the church arrived at Summit by rail and the men and women of the parish moved them to St.
Michael's using teams of horses and wagons. The old church was used as a hall for a period of time and then it was torn down and the lumber sold at auction.
Waste papers being burned in the furnace ignited the wood shingle roof.The curriculum includes grammar, parts of speech, and five types of writing (friendly letter, summary, essay, limerick, and descriptive paragraph). Students are also taught the rules and mechanics of spelling and are introduced to new and additional words to enhance their writing skills.
St. Michael the Archangel School.
In Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican, and Lutheran traditions, he is called "Saint Michael the Archangel" and "Saint Michael". In the Oriental Orthodox and Eastern Orthodox religions, he is called " Saint Michael the Taxiarch".
Archangel Michael is mentioned three times in the Book of Daniel. Therefore, for my saint, I chose Saint Michael: The Archangel.
A true helper of god that defends, protects, and helps the weak while fighting Lucifer.
I hope my paper gives the great significance of . SAINT MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL St. Michael is one of the principal angels; his name was the war-cry of the good angels in the battle fought in heaven. His name is recorded four times in Scripture: 1. Helicopter used to lift the statue of the Archangel Michael off the top of the Mont Saint-Michel abbey in France Historic move was organised by the Centre for National Monuments to help restore.
Michael the Archangel. "St. Michael the Archangel" For my saint, I picked Saint Michael the Archangel. I picked St. Michael because Michael is my middle name.
Saint Michael is a name meaning "He who is like God" in Hebrew. Sign up to view the whole essay and download the PDF for anytime access on your computer, tablet or smartphone.